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Quilt Scene submissions still open!

See your quilt here! The editors of Quilting Arts Magazine and the staff of Quilts, Inc. are proud to be working on the eighth annual edition of International Quilt Festival: Quilt Scene. This publication captures the excitement and creativity of the quilt world and is our annual issue of fresh ideas for today’s quilter including…

"Oh…To Soar Like a Bird…" by Susan Parham

Enter the ‘Barnyard or Fair’ Reader Challenge

What are your memories of time spent on the farm or summers at the fair? When my children were small, we’d visit friends in a rural area and loved going to the county fair. They even participated in some of the competitions and were delighted when their creations won a ribbon or honorable mention. They…

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How to Quilt with Color: Perception is Everything

Seeing color, let alone talking about it, can be a challenge. When you think about it, you never really see a color on its own; it’s always affected by its surroundings. Therefore, it’s incredibly important for quilters to understand how colors fit within the greater context of a quilt composition. While on the hunt for…

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Modern Patchwork Spring 2016

Add a breath of fresh air along with a splash of color to your home with more than 25 eye-catching projects in this issue Modern Patchwork. With so many projects, enticing articles, and expert tips, this issue of Modern Patchwork is sure to keep you busy this spring and beyond! Order your copy of Modern Patchwork Spring 2016 today to:…

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Make It! Patchwork Summer 2016

Welcome summer with more that 25 designs that range from full-size quilts to gifts you can finish in an afternoon—the summer issue of Make it! Patchwork is sure to please. Order or instantly download your copy of the summer issue of Make it! Patchwork magazine today! In addition to four galleries of projects, read interesting and on-trend articles: Paper Piecing, Here’s…

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Quilting Arts Magazine, April/May 2016

Be inspired and energized in your art quilting as renowned quilt artists share their expertise in a variety of techniques, including thread painting facial features with Lea McComas, precision piecing with Frieda Anderson, and artistic surface designs with stencils with Lynn Krawczyk. Experience a range of techniques in this issue including making textured collages with…

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Announcing the ‘Bucket List’ Reader Challenge finalists

In the February/March issue of Quilting Arts, we announced the “Bucket List” Reader Challenge. Dozens of readers interpreted this theme in creative, charming, and clever ways. We’re happy to announce the finalists of this challenge: Janice Boiduk, “Postcard from Mosel Valley” Evans Fletcher, “Just Ride” Donna Johnston, “To Live an Artist’s Life” Kerry Marganelli, “Japanese…

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Modern Patchwork Fall 2016 – Call for Submissions

The Modern Patchwork team is collecting submissions for the Fall 2016 issue of Modern Patchwork and would love to see what you’ve been working on. The fall submission deadline is Monday, April 18, 2016. Items in various design stages are accepted as well as the more final projects. In addition to quilt projects, Modern Patchwork also features interesting,…

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Not too late to enter ‘Bucket List’ Reader Challenge!

What’s on your ‘Bucket List”? Everyone has a goal or challenge they’d like to accomplish in their lifetime–what’s yours? Do you wish for travel adventures or conquering a fear? Playing with grandchildren or affecting change in Washington? Something else, perhaps? Show us in a quilt! The deadline for entry is March 13–the quilt is small,…

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Tips for Making Bold Quilts in Small Spaces

Feeling a little confined in your quilting space? I always do. For some reason, no matter how much space I have dedicated to my quilting projects it never seems to be enough. If you’re like me, you could use a little help reorganizing your space and supplies so you have plenty of room to make…